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Utah State University Academic Advising

For questions regarding a recent change in academic standing, visit https://advising.usu.edu/standing.

Our advisors would love to meet with you!  In our visit we hope to learn about your strengths, interests, and values.  We will build on your goals and experiences while working together to design an individualized semester-by-semester plan.  Your personalized plan will help you see a path from where you are now on to graduation.  Even if you are unsure of the major you would like to pursue, we can help with resources and ideas. 

Connect with an advisor via phone or video conferencing. As you navigate the current semester and make plans for upcoming semester registration, please continue to connect with your advisor.  We have appointments open now and will continue to be available for you throughout the semester. 

In accordance with the university's recommendations for maintaining social distancing, our advisors are operating remotely. We are making preparations for in person appointments beginning Fall 2021. 

General advising questions can be directed to 435-797-3373 or advising@usu.edu.  In addition, visit https://usu.edu/covid-19 for updates, and please be diligent in monitoring all communications from the university.  You are part of a caring community that’s here to make sure that you are supported.  

Find My Advisor

Find My Advisor

Each student is assigned an advisor to help them reach their educational goals. Meet with your advisor once a semester to assist you on your path at USU.

Find a Major

Find a Major

Partner with an Exploratory advisor to discover your strengths, interests, and goals. Co-design a plan for exploring majors and careers.

Learn Degree Works

Learn Degree Works

Use Degree Works to see your degree requirements. Partner with your academic advisor to create a semester-by-semester plan giving you a clear path to graduation.

Apply to Graduate

Apply to Graduate

Are you close to meeting graduation requirements for your major? If so, apply for graduation at least two semesters before you plan to graduate.